|| Dave Reed's (The Depot) Information on 1830 variants.
|1830 Expansion Bonds - Rules for Debt
|| An interesting variant by John Puddifoot where corporation are allowed
to be in debt by issueing bonds. Interest must be paid for issued bonds in each round - either to
the bank or the player holding the bond. John wanted to make the game faster by preventing the
cases where a corporation is short of just a few dollors to be able to buy that vital train or
1 x 8
|| Dirk Clemens' overview of 18xx variants. Very well structured and
containing lots of other links.
|1830 Reading Variante
|| Alan R. Moon's 1830 variant where a ninth corporation - the
"Reading Lines" is introduced.
|| Alan R. Moon's 1830 variant extends the board towards the south and
adds the "Norfork & Western" a ninth corporation.
|European 18xx Games
|| A list of European 18xx variants published in TGG Vol 3, #1.
Unfortunately without the links to the discriptions of the variants.
|1830 - Westpark Variant
|| This variant was initiated by Warter Sorger after having played 1851.
The stock rounds are no longer quite as "cut throat" as the original game but still
provide enough challenges.
|| This is where the author Helmut Ohley describes his "1844 -